technology and what we learned -- we need to know more about all these candidates, medically. they protect all their health records but it turns out john f. kennedy was a lot more ill than people realized he was, for example. it's the kind of thing that you need to know more about, the country deserves to know more about. my favorite inaugural morning story, however, involves ronald reagan, who comes to washington, d.c. elected but with a huge mandate. inaugural morning, he is asleep in the blair house, getting ready to go. and he's not up yet. and finally mrs. reagan says to one of his aides, go in and get the president. he goes in there and says, mr. president, it's time to go to the hill for you to be sworn in as president and from beneath the covers reagan said meekly, do i have to? >> second thoughts on inaugural morning. >> we have a team of early risers this morning, in both the vice president and president have been seen this morning at church. you three are not going anywhere. stay with us. we want to take a moment and get a check of the weather with mr. roker. good morning again.